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Sports Betting Strategies – Making Money on Sports Betting March 24, 2010

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Most of the people who engage in sports betting do it for fun, or for the excitement of it. However, you can also make money out of it if you take time to learn some sports betting strategies that will help you increase your chances of winning and make it a source of great earnings.

From crickets to football, to boxing… betting on sports can be anywhere today, but be cautious in participating in this gambling as other countries and other states in the US may not allow betting on sports especially when it comes to college sports.

If you aim to make money out of betting in sports results, you can develop your own sports betting strategies to help you win in any type of sports bets – not just only your favorite football game or your horse racing bets. Although it means facing a lot of risks, betting on sports can be likened to investing in foreign exchange market where you will also face risks, and for as long as you know how to manage risks, you will eventually learn how to profit out of it in the long run.

To conceptualize your betting strategies, it is important to consider a lot of factors, such as your knowledge about the sports or the game, and the knowledge you have on the performances of the players in a given sports. The more you know the game or the league, the more you will know how to wisely place your bet and increasing your chances in winning.

It is important to know everything you can about placing your bets and how sports betting is done. If you do have in-depth knowledge on this, you can develop sports betting strategies that will outwit others, and not just by riding on the wave of who or what team is popular to win. For first time bettors, it is important to learn all the terms, familiarize the tools and learn the many types of sports bets. By knowing this, you will know which type of bet gives you a good win and which are unpopular bets but can make you make good money as well.

Among the sports betting strategies or techniques to help you make money in betting on sports is to learn when to quit. Most bettors who are eager to play and bet end up chasing the money they have lost and may distract the focus of making money and not losing more and more. Before you even start, keep in mind to have discipline and that learn to manage your money from the start.

One of the most important sports betting strategies in any gambling or risky venture is to bet only an amount that you can afford to lose – beyond that may not be good, though.

Whether you are betting on football, basketball, soccer, hockey or boxing, whatever sports you are putting your bet, take time to know the team’s statistics and personal records of athletes – analyzing these is one of your keys to making wins in your bets.

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Muay Thai Training Techniques August 26, 2009

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Muay Thai is a Thai mixed martial art form. It has many techniques of fighting. While using Muay Thai techniques, also known as “Mae Mai Muay Thai,” fighters use the entire body including fists, elbows, shins, feet and knees.

The basic Muay Thai training techniques include punch techniques (jab, straight right/cross, hook and uppercut), elbow techniques (horizontal, diagonal-upwards, diagonal-downwards, uppercut, downward, backward-spinning and flying) and kicking techniques (push kick, roundhouse kick, etc.). The following are some special Muay Thai techniques:

The Clinch

This technique is exclusively used in Muay Thai fights. While combating the fighter applies this technique by holding his opponent either around the neck and head or around the body. It is known as Thai clinch.
To apply the clinch, the fighter has to hold his opponent either around the neck and head or around the body. The fighter also has to press his forearm against his opponent’s collar bone while his hands are around the latter’s head rather than his neck.

A common clinching technique used in Muay Thai fights is to just tap the head downward then give a throw. The fighter can also throw the opponent to his left in case the latter is using a knee from the right. It can cause the opponent to lose his balance.

The Kru

This is a tough technique. A new fighter takes a lot of training and hard work to learn this technique. The technique is provided by the fighter’s Krue or Thai boxing training. The trainer makes the fighter work hard and learn the technique. It is a tradition for the fighter to express his respect to his trainer through a ritual called Wai Kru.

There are some elements that are part of Muay Thai training techniques. These include:-

Running – A trainee has to run 18 km running per day (around 12 km in the first half and around 6 km in the second half).
Stretching – The trainee has also to do stretching for around 20-30 minutes. It improves muscular elasticity and reduces the stretch reflex.
Shadow boxing – This training includes around 20 minutes of shadow boxing. Shadow boxing is usually practiced in front of a mirror.

Muay Thai training takes a lot of hard work. To become a good fighter young people have to go through a lot of physical and mental strain. It takes sheer dedication, commitment, and “never-say-die” attitude that a trainee transforms himself into a sound Muay Thai fighter.
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3 Tips That Can Save Your Life July 15, 2008

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Warning: the descriptions could be graphic, but do I have a choice?

Some of the people I have met in the past have asked me if boxing is considered self- defense. I usually answer them with an “it depends”. Both men and women have this little fear inside of them that they will be attacked in the streets so every feeling of assurance counts. So here are the two answers: YES, because boxing teaches defensive awareness and counter instincts and NO, because bad people fight dirty. It’s all about what works in the streets where your life is on the line.

Another Warning: As much as possible simply walk away or escape. But if that doesn’t work, use these:

1. When walking to the parking lot, look around (especially behind you) for suspicious looking individuals. Make sure that your car keys are in the middle of your thumb and palms so that if somebody tries to attack you, do not hesitate to stab his face with the key (if you miss his eyes, at least you can damage his face). And of course, run as fast as you can! Note: the law states that when you feel threatened and you do something to defend yourself, you are not at fault.

2. When somebody bear hugs you from behind, stomp on his toes, scrape his shins with the soles of your shoes and repeatedly kick. And when your hands are free, go for the family jewels: squeeze and rip towards you. And of course, run like hell! Make sure to attract attention by screaming for help.

3. When being “mauled” or hugged face to face, make sure to cover your face with your hands and tuck your elbows in to have the arms protect your chest. Place your forehead on your intruder’s chest then grab his neck or head with both your hands then: pull his head down then spring your head up! The result? Instant broken nose or jaw. Note: if he does not let go after the first blow, keep on repeating the sequence.

There are so many techniques to learn that don’t require prior martial arts experience. In my opinion, having the basics in check is a must. Will you just freeze and not do anything or will you do something to save your life and that of your loved ones? The choice is yours….
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